Cardiology is a broad field of medicine that studies the structure and function of the cardiovascular system, the course and treatment of heart diseases. Diseases of this group are under the authority of a cardiologist.

When to see a cardiologist?

Chest pain, heart area, pulse disturbance, palpitations, increased or decreased blood pressure, shortness of breath, weakness, etc. These symptoms may indicate heart disease.

Diseases that cardiology studies are most often associated with a violation of the blood supply to the myocardium due to damage to the coronary arteries of the heart, transient or persistent high blood pressure or changes in the heart valves:

Treatment and prevention.
Treatment is prescribed by a cardiologist after diagnostic examinations, including a blood test, blood pressure measurement, electrocardiogram.